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Martland1 recently reported 19 fatal cases of the Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome, characterized by cyanosis, purpura, petechiae and bilateral gross hemorrhages in the adrenal glands, and by the presence of meningococci in the blood, without gross meningitis. Attempts to overcome the...
That sulfonamide compounds have proved themselves of great value in the therapy of various infections no longer requires experimental or clinical brief. Nevertheless, their increasing popularity among physicians in general and the. introduction of new derivatives have emphasized the...
The concept of erythroblastosis fetalis as a hemolytic familial disease entity has become firmly established. Ottenberg1 was the first to suggest an antigen-antibody relationship between the red blood cells of the fetus and the blood of the mother. Macklin2 observed that mothers of...
It is difficult to evaluate the methods recommended for the treatment of infantile paralysis in this book by Sister Kenny and Dr. Pohl. Only time can do this. However, some facts are obvious. Sister Kenny has demonstrated that immobilization in the acute stage of the disease is...
Abstract Dr. David M. Levy, a child psychiatrist of New York City, concluded, after a series of clinical studies of children1 and experiments with animals,2 that babies suck their thumbs primarily because they do not get enough sucking from breast or bottle. As a nurse in a Child Health Station...
Although measurements of the blood pressures of large populations of normal adults have been reported and the limits of normal variation have been fairly well established,1 relatively few measurements have been made for developing adolescents.2 Pulse rates of untold thousands of high...
The manner in which laboratory experiments were correlated with clinical data and the importance of the Rh factor in relation to the causation of erythroblastosis and of certain reactions to intragroup transfusions was established is one of the most interesting stories in recent medical...
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